Parish of St Anne & St Bernard, Liverpool
Parish Activities & Events
Some photos reminding us of our wonderful time at Noddfa and its peaceful grounds.
Altar Server’s Day out to North Wales
Getting to Know You
Every Sunday a loyal group of Altar Servers come to St. Anne’s to assist at Mass.
In an attempt to show appreciation of their service and provide an opportunity
for them to get to know each other better an outing was arranged to Noddfa
Retreat Centre in Penmaenmawr for 30th Dec. 2016. The event was kindly sponsored by the local SVP group.
A minibus and driver was secured from Nugent’s Social group in Netherton.
Deacon Francis and his family supplied the leaders. After a warm welcome from the Sisters and a tour of the Retreat House we sat down to a welcome meal. A lively
game of football was overseen by Jacob, separating the weak from the strong. The less energetic had a reflective walk around the labyrinths and then a climb up the woodland
steps to the Riveria.
A time of reflection in the chapel enabled us to discover where our country of origin
is. We created a web of connection between Kenya, Eritrea, the Democratic
Republic of Congo, Ghana, Liverpool and Ireland. It was particularly apt on the Feast
of the Holy Family to have brothers and sisters together. Deacon Francis gave us a
blessing and sent us on our way to continue the good work already begun. On our
way home we stopped at the beach and had fun on the strand and everyone asked
‘when are we coming back again?’
Sr. Eleanor Dalton
Sacred Heart of Mary
Sisters of St. Mary
55 Swanside Road,
‘… together to live our faith in Jesus Christ and to share it.’
‘Pilgrims, there is no path,
paths are made by walking.’
Monday 30th January
Monday 27th February
Monday 27th March
6 p.m. Supper
7-8.20 p.m. Session and sharing
at 55 Swanside Road, L14 7NL
What is the PILGRIM group?
The Pilgrim group is a small group (8-10) of committed Christian women which has been meeting since 2012. What holds us together is a willingness to share, to encourage each other to live faithfully whatever is ours to live. Together we find strength in Christ, in the Bible, in holy women of all ages and in each other.
Each year the group may change slightly as some join, and others may have set off on new pathways, or have other commitments for the present.
Some of those who join the Pilgrims have been in one of the prayer groups and have found this a way to stay rooted and connected, giving and receiving life, blessing and encouragement.
Anyone wishing to connect with this group, join or visit for the January session would be very welcome.
For more details of this group and other sessions of ‘exploring faith and mission’ please contact:
You may prefer to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
or text: 07598756557